Smith’s Heinz Tomato Ketchup Flavoured Crinkle Cut Potato Chips

I have a ter­rible weak­ness for the umami-rich fla­vour of ripe toma­toes and tomato-based sauces. It’s a major draw­card for me in a dish and explains the com­fort I find in simple foods like bruschetta, spa­ghetti bolognese and lasagna as well as tomato sauce. This here is Smith’s Heinz Tomato Ketchup Flavoured Crinkle Cut Potato Chips and uses the crinkle-cut shape of potato chips as a deli­cious carby vehicle for the tangy-sweet tomato sauce.

These chips have a bal­anced sweet­ness without too much acid­ity or salt­i­ness that remind of Heinz’s tomato ketch­up both in smell and taste. If you’re a fan of dip­ping French fries into Heinz’s tomato ketch­up then you’re sure to be a fan of these. After all, what’s not to love when it’s just the potato that’s changed its format into an ultra crispy crinkle cut?

D and I are firm fans of this fla­vour and we’re sad that it’s a lim­ited edi­tion fla­vour that only comes around every few years. These con­tain 20 grams less than the chips in the reg­u­lar fla­vours but they’re ser­i­ously deli­cious chips — we could eas­ily fin­ish the bag in one sit­ting.

This bag of Smith’s Heinz Tomato Ketchup Flavoured Crinkle Cut Potato Chips con­tained 150 g. It was pro­duced in Australia and pur­chased in Sydney, Australia in 2017.